MonthlyCal - A colorful monthly calendar widget

Developer: Fausto Ristagno

Current Version: 1.5

Last Updated: 3 months ago

Download Size: 740.5 KB - Download


MonthlyCal is a beautiful and colorful monthly calendar widget for OS X Yosemite. MonthlyCal supports gregorian's calendar and it is almost localized in every language!
With the new version you can click on a day to show the list of related events. Click on an event to show it in OS X Calendar app!

- Monthly calendar
- Move to next and previous month
- Integration with OS X Calendar app (Enable it in preferences of main app)
- Click on a day to show the list of events!
- Click on an event to show it in OS X Calendar app or Fantastical™ 2!
- Customizable theme (Choose your color in preferences of main app)
- Weekdays are localized in every language.
- Support for Sunday or Monday as first weekday.

- Pink
- Blue
- Aqua
- Green
- Electric Green
- Yellow
- Orange
- Red

MonthlyCal gets settings automatically from your OS (Language, first weekday, ecc...)

- ENABLE WIDGET: Open Notification Center => Click Edit Button => Add MonthlyCal.
- THEME COLOR: Open main app => Open Preferences => Choose your color.
- EVENTS INDICATOR: Open main app => Open Preferences => Check "Show events indicator" => Allow MonthlyCal to access to your calendars.
If "Show events indicator" is checked but you doesn't see any indicator (A little dot on days with one or more events) open "OS X System Preferences" => Click "Security and Privacy" => Choose "Privacy" tab => Click "Calendar" => Flag "MonthlyCal".

*** MonthlyCal supports only Gregorian calendar ***
*** The list of events is available only within the notification center's widget ***
*** The widget is localized in Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish. App and Settings only in English and Italian ***


Release Notes:

Ready for macOS 10.12 Sierra


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.4
Review by JasenGroves

Not bad for the price. - This app does exactly what it says. It also does everything that I was looking for. Should I have to pay a dollar so OS X can do something that it probably should have done natively? No. But am I going to cry over the dollar I had to pay for this? No. Is it worth a dollar? Sure. It’s just frustrating that I have to pay for something that seems should be native to the OS. Kudos to the developer for capitalizing on this.

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people
Version 1.4
Review by SoulJahJay

waste of money - This is strictly for looks - saying it is highly customizable is a lie because it is NOT. Right clicking or left clicking on anything does…….you guessed it - NOTHING. Where is all this customization located anyway? Show me where if it exists and I will chnage my review. As of right now, i wasted a dollar…. :\

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people